Megan Rapinoe

Hope Solo Blasts Rapinoe On A Podcast Claiming She’s “Seen Rapinoe Almost Bully Players Into Kneeling”

Former USWNT goalkeeper Hope Solo has stirred the pot and then some with her latest take about her former teammate Megan Rapinoe. The Hope Solo Megan Rapinoe comments were made during Goal’s “All of US: The U.S. Women’s Soccer Show” podcast.

If you would like to listen to what Solo had to say I have provided the podcast and fast-forwarded to the question that leads to her comments. The audio begins with the host, Seth Vertelney, asking Solo about her thoughts on the USWNT’s activism and the growing opposition towards the team.

Estados Unidos Se Despide De Tokio Con Un Gol Olímpico De Rapinoe Y Un Amargo Bronce

El plan de Estados Unidos en Tokio era ganar el oro y así convertirse en la primera selección femenina en ser campeona del mundo (Francia 2019) y abrazar la gloria olímpica en un mismo ciclo. Sin embargo, al final del camino, el USWNT debió conformarse con el bronce.

Las razones del downgrade son varias: el envejecimiento del equipo, la falta de renovación, las excesivas rotaciones del entrenador Vlatko Andonovski y finalmente el hecho de que el equipo nunca hizo suficiente clic como para responder a las expectativas.

A Estados Unidos Le Anularon Cuatro Goles, Pero Igual Le Ganó A Nueva Zelandia Por 6-1

Estados Unidos tuvo un debut horrendo en los Juegos Olímpicos. La caída 0-3 ante Suecia fue tan categórica que Megan Rapinoe lo resumió mejor que nadie: "nos patearon el trasero". Hoy, sin embargo, el USWNT se recobró del mal paso con una contundente victoria de 6-1 ante la selección de Nueva Zelandia. La historia es que pudieron ser diez, pero cuatro conquistas fueron anuladas por fuera de juego.

Some USA "Fans" Are Actively Rooting Against The USWNT In Tokyo

After a shocking 3-0 loss to Sweden to open Olympic group play, the USWNT saw its 44-match winning streak snapped on Wednesday. Even though the team hadn’t lost since January of 2019, a small group of Americans took joy in it because of the USWNT's stance against racism.

Rapinoe Said That The USWNT “Got Bopped”, But What Exactly Does A Good “Bopping” Entail?

Megan Rapinoe was quite blunt on the USWNT’s 3-0 loss to Sweden; they got their asses kicked. The forward also added a term I don’t think I’ve ever heard from an athlete before, the team “got bopped.” What does it mean to get bopped? Let’s consult the internet.

Megan Rapinoe On Sweden Defeat: ‘We Got Our Asses Kicked, Didn’t We?’

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the USWNT suffered a crushing end to its 44-game unbeaten streak and opened the Tokyo Olympics with a humbling 3-0 defeat to the only team that’s been able get the better of the U.S. in recent times, Sweden.

Stina Blackstenius — who scored against the U.S. at Rio 2016 — hit a brace, and Lina Hurtig put the game beyond doubt in the 72nd minute. 

U.S. Soccer’s Bizarre Twitter Rant Makes Me Want To Watch ‘LFG’ Even More

Released on June 24 on HBO Max, “LFG” is a documentary following members of the U.S. women’s national team in their fight for equal pay from the U.S. Soccer Federation. Based on the tweets from U.S. Soccer this week, I need to get an HBO Max subscription ASAP to see what has the USSF in such a tizzy.

LFG is the USWNT’s adopted slogan, an acronym for “Let’s Fucking Go!” The film, which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in June, appears to be “Let’s fucking go after USSF,” if a recent Twitter thread is anything to go by. 

New Victoria’s Secret Angel Megan Rapinoe Under Fire For Old Tweet Some Are Calling Racist

Megan Rapinoe has made headlines for two very different reasons. The famous clothing brand Victoria’s Secret announced on Wednesday the company plans to have the USWNT star, transgender model Valentina Sampaio, actress Priyanka Chopra Jones and other women fill the role of the “angels” typically seen from the brand.

Victoria’s Secret said in a statement that it will “build new, deeper relationships with all women.”

México Femenil Vuelve A Cruzar Caminos Con El Estados Unidos De Alex Morgan Y Megan Rapinoe

La Selección Mexicana Femenil tendrá un verano movidito con amistosos. El Tri, dirigido por Mónica Vergara jugará ante Japón y los Estados Unidos, con Alex Morgan y Megan Rapinoe a la cabeza. Los partidos servirán a sus rivales como preparación para los Juegos Olímpicos Tokio 2020, mientras que México se alista para las clasificatorias rumbo al Mundial de 2023.

Convocatoria México Femenil

Junto al anuncio, México también dio a conocer la convocatoria para esos partidos.

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